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The first tai chi book exclusively for children ages 4 to 8. Millions of adults practice the ancient Chinese exercise of tai chi everyday. Now children can experience the numerous health, learning, and social benefits of tai chi--focused attention; enhanced creativity, imagination, self-confidence; and improved balance, circulation, and overall health--through the eight simple exercises introduced in Tai Chi for Kids. Inspired by his own son's excitement with tai chi at the age of only three, master teacher Stuart Olson appeals to the innate imagination and playfulness of children to teach them the eight basic forms of a tai chi practice. Children have fun imitating animals while guided by colorful and playful illustrations and photographs of Olson's son, Lee, performing each posture. Olson uses the language of a storyteller, wonderful animal metaphors that invite children to pretend, and easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions so that every child can enjoy such exercises as "Chasing the Monkeys Away," and "Riding the Tiger to the Mountain. Tai Chi for Kids introduces children to a lifetime of physical fitness and instills in them a love of movement.

This section mixes together mythology of traditional Chinese theory on chi with scientific explanations where science has something to say on the matter. The third chapter describes the 13 postures of Tai chi chuan, which are a set of fundamentals that feature prominently in the martial art.

This is a relatively brief section and is where the book becomes photo intensive. The fourth chapter offers students guidance about the unarmed element of Yang Style of Tai chi chuan. The bulk of the graphics are photos that are used in chapters 3 and 4 to clarify the movements and postures. Said photos have arrows and other figures drawn onto them to help clarify the movement involve.

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A great short easy-to-follow Tai Chi book for those who have never entered the discipline. A good start. This book on Tai Chi has exactly what you need in order to learn Tai Chi from the beginning! I have never tried Tai Chi prior to downloading this book, but I can confidently say that I will be practicing at it for years to come.

The basics implemented in this book are very simple to follow and the layout of the book creates a super easy structure to follow. The tips are great and I'm very much looking forward to the Health Benefits to come! I had heard of Tai Chi before, but I had never realized that it's more than just a form of martial arts and is also very useful in improving your health!

The author outlines no less than 23 benefits of Tai Chi, ranging from reducing stress to promoting sleep and boosting your mental abilities.

This is definitely something that I'm going to try. This book contains the basic techniques for Tai Chi exercises and gives some helpful tips to get started.

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If you really want to start practicing Tai Chi, it's probably best to take a class and learn it from a certified teacher. However, this book is a good primer for if you want to learn more about the basics of Tai Chi and its benefits!

I've always been captivated by all things Eastern. From Tai Chi to wu shu its always kept my interest. This book tells you exactly what Tai Chi is.

Free ebook: Tai Chi Chuan '18 methods of the mind'

Tai Chi is considered a chinese martial art and was developed by taoist. You are taught that practicing this martial art is very beneficial to you health.

I mean it helps you sleep, strengthens your bones and improves circulation. It is also a mediation you can to do to find peace and serenity.

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